Cannabis Research

California City, CA – With the legalization of recreational marijuana in California on January 1st, former heavyweight boxing champion ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson is breaking ground on a 40 acre mega resort dedicated not only to cultivating high-quality strains of THC and CBD, but also utilizing state of the art technology to forward research into the numerous health […]

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According to Hexa Research, the U.S. medical cannabis market is projected to reach $19.48 billion by 2024.  The expected growth is driven by the expanding acceptance of medical advantages associated with cannabis, particularly for patients dealing with cancer, diabetes and chronic pain. Symptoms and conditions that may be treated by cannabis include, cancer, HIV, AIDS, […]

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More in Series: Cannabis on the Central Coast – Looking at land use, money, science, law enforcement and education (4 of 24) Students: Cannabis blown out of proportion by adults Read more … read more at: http://lompocrecord.com/news/local/education/health-officials-crafting-compelling-cannabis-message-for-youth/article_69a1fc11-7b7d-5e16-bfa5-96afe4bbdf9b.html

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Successful stage III clinical trial for cannabidiol (CBD) treatment of epilepsy in children (New England Journal of Medicine, May 2017) Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies are the gold standard in clinical research, but this study design has been lacking in medicinal cannabis research until now. Scientists tested the effects of oral CBD (Epidolex from GW Pharmaceuticals) […]

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The number of women who use marijuana while pregnant is increasing, especially among teenage and young pregnant mothers, a new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) suggested. “Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug during pregnancy,” the research letter published in JAMA on Tuesday stated. “And its use is increasing.” […]

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The number of women who use marijuana while pregnant is increasing, especially among teenage and young pregnant mothers, a new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) suggested. “Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug during pregnancy,” the research letter published in JAMA on Tuesday stated. “And its use is increasing.” […]

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Nothing announces the end of a year like a countdown, so allow me to commence my list of the Top Five Most Surprising Cannabis Stories of 2017. 5. The Canadian mandate requiring citizens to store personal-use cannabis under lock and key. (Upside: the creation of thousands of jobs for private-residence lockbox inspectors?) 4. The old-school […]

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